Audi S4 saloon 24 month lease deal  6 + 23 at £322.95/month (9365.56 + agent cost) Selectcarleasing
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Audi S4 saloon 24 month lease deal 6 + 23 at £322.95/month (9365.56 + agent cost) Selectcarleasing

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Found 4th AprEdited by:"jeeves"
Seems like a good deal
above deal is for 5000miles/year and mileage can be increase to 10,000 with a small increase in monthly cost
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Assuming ‘agent fee’ is £300;

£402 per month
97p per mile
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How is this getting voted cold. Clearly clueless people.
Could buy a 5th hand skoda vrs for a grand and with a remap it would wipe the floor with this repmobile. Freezing.

Am I doing this right?
Edited by: "taker920" 4th Apr
If you want something bland, overpriced, overrated and covered in inter-linked circles, just follow Team GB on Twitter.
No823 m ago

If you want something bland, overpriced, overrated and covered in …If you want something bland, overpriced, overrated and covered in inter-linked circles, just follow Team GB on Twitter.


Well, it didn’t take long did it!!! HUKD has nothing with your personal taste, it’s about deals, it’s simple, is it a good deal or a bad one? Wonder what’s on your drive, but who cares really? This deal isn’t for me but it is a good deal
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Already in talks about this car, but this is an even better deal than I was expecting! Glad I’m yet to sign.
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nice one, I'm expecting delivery next week and I'd thought I got a good deal paying a grand more!!
Showing as 322 for me.
I think this deal is because of me actually 😁
Just thought I’d spec’d it up with a bunch of options so mine comes in about £320 in all for what Audi directly quoted about £490pm! Used Select car leasing for my current one so happy to go with them again and would recommend if anyone is unsure.
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stubbadub3 m ago

Showing as 322 for me.


sorry you're right but final figure of £9365.56 plus agent cost is correct
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try going direct to an audi dealer. You'll save on the agent fees and most likely price match selectcarleasing
Edited by: "jeeves" 4th Apr
How is this getting voted cold. Clearly clueless people.
Could buy a 5th hand skoda vrs for a grand and with a remap it would wipe the floor with this repmobile. Freezing.

Am I doing this right?
Edited by: "taker920" 4th Apr
iancoleman27045 m ago

How is this getting voted cold. Clearly clueless people.


Aaaah, are you one of those people who still think Audis are good?
iancoleman27045 m ago

How is this getting voted cold. Clearly clueless people.


I drove one the other week before I enquired and I was absolutely sold on it afterwards.
Cost is down almost £100 pm from two weeks ago and even that was a good price on Audi’s PCH price, this is a steal for what is a £45k car.
If you want something bland, overpriced, overrated and covered in inter-linked circles, just follow Team GB on Twitter.
Think this might be cheaper on NVS
ddaann_995 m ago

Think this might be cheaper on NVS


They come in at £358 when you change the initial to 6 months
No823 m ago

If you want something bland, overpriced, overrated and covered in …If you want something bland, overpriced, overrated and covered in inter-linked circles, just follow Team GB on Twitter.


Well, it didn’t take long did it!!! HUKD has nothing with your personal taste, it’s about deals, it’s simple, is it a good deal or a bad one? Wonder what’s on your drive, but who cares really? This deal isn’t for me but it is a good deal
£390pm amortised for a S4 is a fantastic deal.
220e6 m ago

Well, it didn’t take long did it!!! HUKD has nothing with your personal t …Well, it didn’t take long did it!!! HUKD has nothing with your personal taste, it’s about deals, it’s simple, is it a good deal or a bad one? Wonder what’s on your drive, but who cares really? This deal isn’t for me but it is a good deal


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Why is this cold? Good deal me thinks
£10k for 2 years only to return it.. I'd rather buy a 3 year old ford ka in cash and keep it. *waits for bite*
Edited by: "EdinburghShop85" 5th Apr
EdinburghShop8518 m ago

£10k for 2 years only to return it.. I'd rather buy a 3 year old ford ka …£10k for 2 years only to return it.. I'd rather buy a 3 year old ford ka in cash and keep it. *waits for bite*


Or you could buy an S8 with a lamborghini 5.0 V10 and a nice holiday...
GAVINLEWISHUKD54 m ago

Or you could buy an S8 with a lamborghini 5.0 V10 and a nice holiday...



It actually works out the same when you factor in road tax on the S8 over two years.
taker9204 h, 38 m ago

Could buy a 5th hand skoda vrs for a grand and with a remap it would wipe …Could buy a 5th hand skoda vrs for a grand and with a remap it would wipe the floor with this repmobile. Freezing.Am I doing this right?


Doubt it
taker9206 h, 39 m ago

Could buy a 5th hand skoda vrs for a grand and with a remap it would wipe …Could buy a 5th hand skoda vrs for a grand and with a remap it would wipe the floor with this repmobile. Freezing.Am I doing this right?


Are you joking this is quattro and does 0-60 in 4.7. No vrs could launch near that you'd get 6 in a vrs maybe 5 and a half at a push but not on standard internals
George_Stewart33 m ago

Are you joking this is quattro and does 0-60 in 4.7. …Are you joking this is quattro and does 0-60 in 4.7. No vrs could launch near that you'd get 6 in a vrs maybe 5 and a half at a push but not on standard internals


Fish on.
ezzer727 h, 13 m ago

Aaaah, are you one of those people who still think Audis are good?


Explain how the car brand you work for produces better cars please.
George_Stewart55 m ago

Are you joking this is quattro and does 0-60 in 4.7. …Are you joking this is quattro and does 0-60 in 4.7. No vrs could launch near that you'd get 6 in a vrs maybe 5 and a half at a push but not on standard internals


Poop. Poop poop.
Seems like a terrible deal to me.

I saw some deals only a few months ago on Audi A4 S-Line that were all 3+23's and the monthly was about £230-£240.

An extra £100 a month for the S4 - wow, you really want a sportier model, oh well, horses for courses.
jeeves8 h, 18 m ago

try going direct to an audi dealer. You'll save on the agent fees and most …try going direct to an audi dealer. You'll save on the agent fees and most likely price match selectcarleasing



Dealers cannot match the corporate leasing deals - ask them!
Edited by: "unknownorigin" 5th Apr
Red hot for a fantastic updated version of the A4. I have the new S5 and it is a great car, you cannot go wrong for this money - it is ridiculous!

How is this cold???
Edited by: "unknownorigin" 5th Apr
Car threads always bring out the strong opinions about really pointless things, such as someone else preferring a different make of car. I can't imagine why it bothers anyone so much.

Seems a good deal if you want a fast Audi lease - but I'd want to know insurance and servicing costs too myself.
Edited by: "M_z" 5th Apr
M_z6 m ago

Car threads always bring out the strong opinions about really pointless …Car threads always bring out the strong opinions about really pointless things, such as someone else preferring a different make of car. I can't imagine why it bothers anyone so much.Seems a good deal if you want a fast Audi lease - but I'd want to know insurance and servicing costs too myself.



Insurance will be age and points dependent, but expect around 750-1000 for their target market. Servicing - all mileage dependent. If you do 20k miles you will do 1 oil and filter service and maybe some tyres - but this is the same as any method of owning a car (outside of a maintenance contract).
The only question that should be asked is can you find a new S4 for less than this over 2 years? If the answer is no, then this is hot. No point comparing it to a Skoda or a used car etc.
The list price of this car is £46050. Why is £9300 expensive for a 2 year lease? Its cheaper than the depreciation for this car and includes the total of £600 road tax this car will incur for the 1st 2 years. Nobody would consider it expensive if this were a £15350 car on a 2 year lease cost of £3100...
Burning hot!!!
Tutankhamark35 m ago

The only question that should be asked is can you find a new S4 for less …The only question that should be asked is can you find a new S4 for less than this over 2 years? If the answer is no, then this is hot. No point comparing it to a Skoda or a used car etc.


Eh and again.... Wrong.... u forgot about resell value. So what are you looking to compare is a car cost as much as current lease price + resell value in two years from now. Let's say, new one is 40k, after 2 years you can sell it for 25k. So it cost 15k. It's a good deal, but do the math correct at least oh, and if you buy a new one you can still use it for free (or just mot price) after two years time, since you already done complete service to avoid extra charges from lease company.
Edited by: "HavocLP" 5th Apr
Amazing price for an S4. I think some people voting cold might be confusing this with a 2.0l diesel S-line. Personally, don't like the car, but voted hot as its such a deal.
thelatics56 m ago

Seems like a terrible deal to me.I saw some deals only a few months ago on …Seems like a terrible deal to me.I saw some deals only a few months ago on Audi A4 S-Line that were all 3+23's and the monthly was about £230-£240.An extra £100 a month for the S4 - wow, you really want a sportier model, oh well, horses for courses.


The list price is £15k / 50% higher. The monthly is higher by a slightly smaller proportion.

Just because you don't want/understand it doesn't make it a 'terrible deal'. It's a great deal, as anyone who actually understands leasing and depreciation will tell you.
GAVINLEWISHUKD8 h, 15 m ago

Or you could buy an S8 with a lamborghini 5.0 V10 and a nice holiday...


And your imaginary holiday goes on fuel.:D
Edited by: "Bazza71" 5th Apr
trickytree19842 h, 10 m ago

Explain how the car brand you work for produces better cars please.


I had no intention of making a direct comparison, but seeing as you have challenged me;

Better warranty
Better resale values (pro rata)
Hardly any buyers in negative equity (vs almost ALL buyers in negative equity)
No senior executives in prison for lying/cheating
Retail market share growing (vs retail market share in decline)
They don’t burn litres and litres of oil
Opposite ends of the scale in reliability and ACTUAL quality surveys;
33579822-sT5Y2.jpgOh, and now as they have finally decided to actually directly compete, this;
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Based on the list price id say this was a deal. But in this day and age where Audi's are two a penny is there really any point in spending this kind of money on something so common?
GAVINLEWISHUKD8 h, 41 m ago

Or you could buy an S8 with a lamborghini 5.0 V10 and a nice holiday...



The only holiday you could afford running and maintaining that would be the one your kidneys take
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